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The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics

The Journal of pharmacology and experimental

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  • Page 9 and 10: ILLUSTRATIONS Rabbit. Urethane (Fig
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  • Page 38 and 39: ALVEOLAR COo TENS. Morphine
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  • Page 44 and 45: 32 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART
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    40 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    42 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    44 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    46 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    48 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    50 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    52 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    54 JAMES A. GUNN AND PHILIP A. MART

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    OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF INTRA

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    INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS OF SODIUM PH

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    INTRAVENOUS INJECTIONS OF SODIUM PH

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    64 WILLIAM CRAMER lowered. So far a

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    66 WILLIAM CRAMER H. C. Wood, Sr. a

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    68 WILLIAM CRAMER breathing. The bl

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    70 WILLIAM CRAMER on the respiratio

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    72 WILLIAM CRAMER action on the hea

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    74 WILLIAM CRAMEB dose of the drug

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    76 WILLIAM CRAMER both centres are

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    78 WILLIAM CRAMER sometimes happens

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    80 WILLIAM CRAMER tion modifies the

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    82 WILLIAM CRAMER vagus and has als

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    84 CHARLES C. LIEB AND JOHN E. McWH

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    86 CHAELES C. LIEB AND JOHN E. McWH

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    effect of pilocarpine. At the first

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    90 CHARLES C. LIEB AND JOHN E McWHO

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    ACTION OF DRUGS ON THE ISOLATED GAL

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    I . ACTION OF DRUGS ON THE ISOLATED

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    ACTION OF DRUGS ON THE ISOLATED GAL

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    THE EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDOXIX ON SMOOTH MUS

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    EFFECTS OF CHELIDONIN ON SMOOTH MUS

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    122 YASUO IKEDA in an identical way

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    124 YASUO IKEDA by Dr. Dixon. These

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    126 WM. H. WELKER AND JOHN MARSHALL

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    128 WM. H. WELKER AND JOHN MARSHALL

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    130 TUENER, MARSHALL AND LAMSON TAB

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    132 TURNEH, MARSHALL AND LAMSON als

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    134 TURNER, MARSHALL AND LAMSON An

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    at blood Corog

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 139

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 141

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 143

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    OBSERVATIONS OX PLASMAPHAERESIS 145

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 147

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 149

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 151

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 153

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    OBSERVATIONS ON PLASMAPHAERESIS 155

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    158 E. K. MARSHALL required for the

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    160 E. K. MARSHALL The following pr

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    162 E. K. MARSHALL Autopsy. Conside

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    164 E. K. MARSHALL Microscope^* Int

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    166 E. K. MAKSHALL The experiments

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    168 E. K. MARSHALL Autopsy. Showed

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    170 PAUL D. LAMSON (2) Changes in t

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    172 PAUL D. LAMSON rose from 7,590,

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    174 PAUL D. LAMSON Reds, 5,560,000.

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    176 PAUL D. LAMSON An example of th

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    178 PAUL D. LAMSON Experiment 12.

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    180 PAUL D. LAMSON these conditions

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    182 PAUL D. LAMSON tional stimulus.

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    184 PAUL D. LAMSON cise, asphyxia,

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    186 PAUL D. LAMSON ments where the

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    188 PAUL D. LAMSON (1) The part pla

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    190 PAUL D. LAMSON (a) Exclusion of

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    192 PAUL D. LAMSON 4.13. Epinephrin

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    194 PAUL D. LAMSON Experiment 33, M

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    196 PAUL D. LAMSON or splitting of

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    198 PAUL D. LAMSON Epinephrin in do

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    200 PAUL D. LAMSON thaemia this cal

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    202 PAUL D. LAMSON ded that the inc

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    ' 204 PAUL D. LAMSON (2) Histologic

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    206 PAUL D. LAMSON tie as possible.

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    208 ' PAUL D. LAMSON varying oxygen

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    PAUL 210 • D. LAMSON These animal

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    212 PAUL D. LAMSON 5.42. Reds, 9,14

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    214 • PAUL D. LAMSON shown to be

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    216 ' PAUL D. LAMSON 1.00. Both adr

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    218 PAUL D. LAMSON Furthermore it h

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    220 ' PAUL D. LAMSON We might concl

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    Reinhold: 222 PAUL D. LAMSON (15) F

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    For 224 PAUL D. lamsOn (52) Cannon

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    226 CARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    228 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    230 CARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    232 CARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    234 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    236 CARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    238 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    240 CAHY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    242 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    244 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    246 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    248 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    250 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    252 GARY EGGLESTON AND ROBERT A. HA

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    THE INFLUENCE OF SALICYLATES ON THE

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    THE INFLUENCE OF SALICYLATES 257 ev

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    THE IXPLUENCE OF SALICYLATES 259 Ex

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    THE INFLUENCE OF SALICYLATES 261 Ex

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    XIV. STUDIES ON THE CIRCULATION IN

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 265 temp

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 267 not

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 269 EXTR

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 271 E. P

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    TIME THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 273

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    TIME THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 275

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    TIME THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 277

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    TIME THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITALIS 279

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    282 G. N. STEWART circulation owing

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    284 G. N. STEWART With the recovery

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    286 G. N. STEWART An interesting po

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    288 G. N. STEWART in the hands was

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    290 G. N. STEWART Cooling of calori

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    292 G. N. STEWART at 2,21. Pulse at

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    XVIII. STUDIES ON THE VASOMOTOR CEN

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    THE EFFECTS OF VERATRUM VIRIDE 297

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    THE EFFECTS OF VERATRUM VIRIDE 299

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN AND

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 303

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 305

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 307

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    J.t? '-**- * '-**? '-3& -V-l^ /-V3

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 311

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    I Is A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLI

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    U-U A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 317

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    J A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 3

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 321

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 323

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    wSSmfMMmmWA ^"^^^^^r.Zo 3-.? 3-*o-^

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 327

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 329

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 331

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 333

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 335

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    A PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST FOR CHOLIN 337

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    340 D. I. MACHT from two points of

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    342 D. I. MACHT A third method of s

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    t3 o 1-1 M ;» C 03 2 r 03 a < Pi 3

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    346 D. I. MACHT Knowing the alveola

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    348 D. I. MACHT experiment. It furt

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    per min.

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    Volume

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    354 D. I. MACHT 1.15 p.m. Rate 80 p

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    356 D. I. 12.30 p.m. 1.00 p.m.

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    Volume

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    360 D. I. MACHT 4.45 p.m.

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    362 D. I. MACHT THE ACTION OF COMBI

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    364 D. I. MACHT 3.00 p.m. Rate 44;

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    366 D. I. MACHT 2.15 p.m. Injected

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    Fig. 2. Experiment April 26, 1915.

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    73 C c 2 « CO lO o I- )^ .S -a .bC

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    372 D. I. MACHT The action of combi

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    THE VASOMOTOR REACTION TO NICOTIN:

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    THE VASOMOTOR REACTION TO NICOTIN 3

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    THE VASOMOTOR REACTION TO NICOTIN 3

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    THE VASOMOTOR REACTION TO NICOTIN 3

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    THE VASOMOTOR REACTION TO NICOTIN 3

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    386 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS sa

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    388 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS Ve

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    390 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS Te

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    392 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS It

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    394 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS fr

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    i 396 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS

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    398 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS 10

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    400 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS 11

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    402 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS af

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    404 HUGH McGUIGAN AND E. L. ROSS ve

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIX AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    THE SYNERGISM OF MORPHIN AND THE SC

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    424 M. KURODA against its action on

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    426 M. KURODA TABLE I NUMBER OP DRO

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    428 M. KURODA ACTION ON THE HEART M

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    430 M. KUKODA sure fell immediately

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    432 M. KURODA When stronger solutio

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    434 M. KURODA ACTION ON THE UTERUS

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    436 M. KURODA affect the bladder, 1

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    438 M. KURODA The subsequent inject

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    THE BLOOD FLOW IN A PATIENT WITH DO

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    DOUBLE AORTIC AXD DOUBLE MITIIAL DI

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    DOUBLE AORTIC AND DOUBLE MITRAL DIS

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    DOUBLE AORTIC AND DOUBLE MITRAL DIS

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    450 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBURGH

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    452 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBURGH

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    454 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBURGH

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    456 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBURGH

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    458 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBtlRGH

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    460 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBURGH

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    462 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBUKGH

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    464 J. H. MEANS AND L. H. NEWBURGH

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    AX APP.\EATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF

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    APPAIL\TUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISO

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    APPARATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISOL

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    APPAIL\TUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISO

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    ' I APPARATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF

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    APPARATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISOL

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    APPARATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISOL

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    APPARATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISOL

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    APPARATUS FOR THE PERFUSION OF ISOL

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    486 A. N. RICHARDS AND O. H. PLANT

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    488 A. N. RICHARDS AND O. H. PLANT

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    490 A. N. RICHARDS AND O. H. PLANT

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    492 A. N. RICHARDS AND O. H. PLANT

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    494 A. N. KICHARDS AND O. H. PLANT

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    URINE FORMATION BY THE PERFUSED KID

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    499

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    URINE FORMATION BY THE PERFUSED KID

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    URINE FORMATION BY THE PERFUSED KID

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    "3 « JE cj 3 .a "3 c .2 J= r= =

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    URINE FORMATION BY THE PERFUSED KID

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    URINE FORMATION BY THE PERFUSED KID

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    512 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    514 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    516 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    518 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    520 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    522 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    524 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    526 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND EDWARD M.

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    THE RESPONSE OF THE SURVIVING UTERU

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    RESPONSE OF THE UTERUS TO MORPHIN A

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    RESPONSE OF THE UTERUS TO MORPHIN A

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    536 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND NAT H. COP

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    538 HENRY G. BARBOUR AND NAT H. COP

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    THE ACTION OF CAFFEIN AND OF EPINEP

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    THE ACTION OF CAFFEIN AND EPINEPHRI

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    THE ACTION OF CAFFEIN AND EPINEPHRI

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    548 HENRY GRAY BARBOUR of the uteru

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    550 HENRY GRAY BARBOUR TABUS.—Con

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    552 HENRY GRAY BARBOUR Action of sc

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    554 HENRY GRAY BARBOUR figure 2 is

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    ys*7 THE ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM lO

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    ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM lODID 559 o

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    ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM lODID 561 c

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    ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM lODID 563 b

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    ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM lODID 565 d

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    ABSORPTION OF POTASSIUM lODID 575 p

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    CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PHYSIOLOGY OF

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    THE ACTION OF BITTER TONICS 679 the

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    THE ACTION OF BITTER TONICS 581 Res

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    THE ACTION OF BITTER TONICS 583 Com

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    THE ACTION OF BITTER TONICS 585 sol

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    THE ACTION OF BITTER TONICS 587 TAB

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    THE ACTION OP BITTER TONICS 589 TAB

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    592 C. W. GREENE AND J. O. PEELER a

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    594 C. W. GREENE AND J. O. PEELER I

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    596 C. W. GREENE AND J. O. PEELER a

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    598 C. W. GREENE AND J. O. PEELER

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    THE INFLUENCE OF SOME DRUGS USED IN

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS IN TREATMENT

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS IN TREATMENT

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS IN TREATMENT

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    THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS IN TREATMENT

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    TABLE II Blood {100 grams) DAT

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    INDEX TO VOLUME VII Action of cocai

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    INDEX 615 Heart, Intrapericardial m

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    INDEX (517 Ross, E. L. and McGuigan

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